Wild Cats Sanctuary Tour for Kids

397 Ratings


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See wild cats that have been rescued from all over the world—while you support the sanctuary that has saved them—on this fun and interactive big cats tour for kids.
Duration:  1hr
Cancellation:  24.0hrs
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  • Embark on a one-hour guided tour of this wildlife sanctuary, home to over 70 rescued exotic cats
  • Enjoy a family-friendly experience as your children meet resident animals like a pair of playful leopards and a chirping serval
  • Visit favorite big cats like lions and tigers, and learn how the sanctuary provides them with the most natural habitat possible
  • Support a great cause and learn what you can do to help protect these majestic creatures

Additional Information

Closed-toe shoes are recommended.


Guests may not smoke or bring food into the sanctuary and pets are not allowed.

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397 Ratings
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Feb 18, 2020
Excellent guide, very knowledgeable, passionate about being there, spoke at s level that both parents and kids could understand. The sanctuary was a pleasant surprise, should advertise more. Need more kids stuff: larger array of T-shirt’s, socks, etc. I thought the admission fee was high, although I understand that the money goes toward feeding the cats. Still, for an hour of walking to find most of the cars asleep, it was a lot to spend for a family of four..
Sep 24, 2019
We were very impressed with the facility and all the education. This was such a great experience. Very well done and ran! We would love to come back!
Jul 15, 2019
I was very surprised that you have as few cats as you do now, I realize a lot have died due to old age. Don't know if that means there aren't any big cats to rescue or what, but it just seems to me that you're growing and getting bigger with much less cats to tour and look at. I've toured several times and was always glad I went, with lots to look at, also don't know if it was just the kids tour that we didn't see many cats and the tour just dragged on with too much talking and not enough looking. I won't be back for awhile until you have more cats to look at. We only saw maybe 15, 20 at the very most and he said that there are only 50 there now compared to 150 at one time.


Meeting location:  12802 Easy St


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